I’m a little GPS dog with no tail because I can finds geocaches! Here is how to do it. The first and most important part of a geocachy adventure involves cheeseburgers. Do not let your Mommy and Daddy skip the cheeseburger! Maybe there will be other doggies there too. The Molly met a doggie with the same geocachy scarf that she has!
After eating cheeseburgers (don’t leave out the cheeseburger step!), follow your GPS to a geocache thingy. It is a box hidden outside with toys in it, and the location for it is on the geocachy website! My Daddy is my GPS because I’m just a little dog with no tail and I don’t know hows to push GPS buttons or spell coordinates. But as long as I has cheeseburger in me I can finds the geocache thingy. The cheeseburger makes your GPS more accurate!
When you find a geocache thingy, sign the log book and trade items if you like. I took a little toy out of one, but Mommy made me give it back because I didn’t bring a toy to trade for it. Little dogs with no tails don’t like to share their toys. We also don’t like to share our cheeseburgers.
Most important! If you see a big blue box, don’t let your Daddy try to put you inside of it. Little dogs with no tails are not trade items, and there are no cheeseburgers in there! I also has a travel bug tag, but I don’t travels through geocaches.
The Molly and I like hikings in the woods and finding geocaches. Sometimes we taste test bugs and grass that we find on the way. But cheeseburgers and finding earthworms in the woods are my favorite parts of a geocachy adventure.